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If your PPPoE is provided by your ISP, so contact you ISP's help is short way than try to extract the account info from AE's settings.
Your router (Airport Extreme) doesn't need to support or even have the DDNS support built in, for DDNS to work with your setup. You just need a client on your network that can talk to the DDNS service. You don't need to be on the router to get your public IP address; you can get get it from any client anywhere on your network that has Internet access. The ...
I don't believe the Airport Extreme "speaks" to No-IP. It looks like No-IP sets your DDNS address to the one from which you set up the account, but does not accept further updates from the Airport. It's hard to understand why everyone needs to use a different API for something so simple as conveying IPaddr info. It's also annoying that Apple provides no info ...
1. Wireless interference The most common cause of what you describe here is a common wireless interference problem. This probability is pretty high if your network loss of performance was closely related with the move of wirelessly connected computer or of pieces of furniture made of metal or glass (these cause many radiofrequency reflections). If you want ...
I had the same issue with an USB 3.0 drive. It was formatted with HFS+ and had external power, but still wouldn't work. The problem was that I used the USB 3.0 cable that came with the drive. When switching to an old USB 2.0 cable and rebooted the AirPort Extreme it finally showed up in AirPort Utility.
Oh oh oh! I got it to work! You can format it HFS+ (Mac OS Journaled), but when you connect it to the Airport Extreme, and want to see files on it, the AE creates a /Shared directory. Throw all your stuff in there and you're done.
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